Posted in In The News on May 01, 2017
Bioinformatix Chosen as Only American Digital Health Company for StartupBootCamp China
Inaugural Digital Health Event
StartupBootCamp Digital Health Chengdu is StartupBootCamp first China-based program dedicated to supporting and scaling 10 digital health startups. Located in Chengdu, they are bringing our proven digital health focused program, in partnership with Thinkzone, to accelerate digital health startups as they develop solutions which increase access to quality of care, bridge the gap in the health care delivery system and reduce local medical costs.
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Posted in Articles on Dec 11, 2016
As scholars, researchers, or innovators, we cannot assume that major US healthcare legislation, such as the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2015, is altruistic or benevolent, and will or should continue on a forward trajectory from its historical path. It is appropriate that we be skeptical and objectively examine this and its premise.
Posted in In The News on Dec 08, 2016
The Boston Scientific Connected Patient Challenge is well underway, and submissions are beginning to roll in. The focus of this year’s challenge is Big Data, and participants are encouraged to submit ideas on how to improve patient outcomes, increase efficiency in delivering care, and drive down the cost of care using data analytics. Teams have submitted ideas for their chance to pitch-off at Google’s Cambridge headquarter on March 9, and win up to $50,000 of in-kind prizes.
Posted in In The News on Dec 05, 2016
On November 22, 2016, the World Technology Network announced Bioinformatix' Rx&You as one of six global finalists for its 2016 World Technology Award in health and medicine. Over 1,000 companies were nominated in 2016. Other 2016 organizational finalists included Google, SpaceX, and Oculus.
Posted in In The News on Nov 07, 2016
Eric Luellen, CEO of Bioinformatix, was one of five global innovators selected to present at Health 2.0 Asia in Pangyo, "Seoul's Silicon Valley," in South Korea. Other global innovators presenting included Dr. Oliver Kim, Director of Samsung Medical Center, John Kojiro Moriwaka of Moriwaka Medical, and Dr. Hee Hwang of Seoul National University Hospital.